WWE RAW Viewership Surprisingly Flat For Post-WrestleMania Show (Updated With Rating)

Last night's episode of WWE RAW averaged only 4.61 million viewers, according to TV By The Numbers. The rating was up from recent weeks, as PWTorch reports that the show scored a 3.45.

Viewership was up slightly from last week's episode, which scored a 3.12 rating and averaged 4.31 million viewers. However, the show the week before last averaged 4.62 million viewers, although it scored a lower 3.24 cable rating.

The show drew 4.49 million viewers in the first hour and rose to 4.78 million viewers in the second. Despite the hot crowd and the John Cena - Mark Henry main event, viewers dropped in the final hour to 4.56 million viewers. It was the twelfth week in a row that viewership dropped from the second hour to the final hour. You can get more demographic data about the rating at PWTorch by clicking here.

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